Dolloween series day 7/8: Doll cake tutorial + doll bracelet tutorial!
Hey! Today I will be showing you how to make doll sized Halloween cake plus a short doll bracelet tutorial! I'm combining the post I had for Monday when I didn't post, and today's post! The post I had for Monday will be first and today's post will be second. Here is the post for Monday!
You will need: black, orange, and white beads, elastic string, and scissors.
All you do is string as many beads on your string as will fit around your dolls wrist and tie a few knots at the end to secure it! That's it! Here are some photos of Izzy wearing it! :)
Now for the doll cake tutorial! I think this is really cute, so I hope you guys like it! :)
I forgot to take a picture if what you need, so I'll just write it here! You will need: a sponge, a hot glue gun, sciccors, brown craft paint, baking soda, corn starch, water, and red and yellow food dye.
First, cut your sponge into doll sized cake slices and paint them brown.
Get three bowls and put 1 tsp. of corn starch , 2 tsp. of baking soda, and 1-1 1/2 tsp. of water in each bowl. Mix it with a spoon.
Leave one bowl white, use yellow food dye to make one of them yellow, and put in some drops of red dye and yellow dye in one to make it orange.
Microwave each bowl for about 20 seconds or until it looks like this.
Scrape the dough out of the bowls. Get your fingers wet and kneed the dough. Keep getting your fingers wet (just keep a small bowl of water to the side) and kneeding it until it has a pretty smooth consistency.
Make a couple candy corns for each cake slice.
Make a few marshmallows for each slice.
And make some chocolate chips for each slice. It does not matter what color you use, since you will be painting over them anyways.
Bake the pieces for 10-15 minutes, at 175 degrees. I accidentally baked mine for too long and they burned a little, so make sure not to do that! Paint your chocolate chips brown.
Hot glue them onto your "cake" and you're done! :)